Nokia Siemens Networks

Image Rather than developing their own femtocell, Nokia-Siemens Networks has developed a small cell gateway and resells femtocells from other vendors such as Ubiquisys.

Ubiquisys collaboration agreement was announced in January 2008.

Netgear (which incorporates a Ubiquisys femtocell in its modem products) also announced collaboration in February 2008.

Pirelli Broadband (who originally incorporated an Airvana femtocell in their set top box products) announced a collaboration agreement in May 2008. Pirelli was renamed as ADB and they changed femtocell supplier to Ubiquisys and are believed to still offer their integrated femtocell set-top box solutions through NSN.

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